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          The Public is an activist design studio specializing in changing the world.
          How do you want to change the world and how n we help?
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          We manifest your vision through design.

          Send the Right Message

          We worked with a youth design team to develop a website and mpaign that encourages straight and cisgender high school youth to challenge everyday instances of homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia.

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          We build pacity through collaborative skill-sharing.

          Un(Knotted): Co-creating safer spaces at OD U

          Through workshops, an interactive show and zine, community engagement, and a book for Sexual Assault: The Roadshow we collectively explored the nuances of sexual violence on mpus.

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          We inspire possibilities through accessible resources.

          Do It Yourself Our Creative Resistance Zine Library

          Our free and downloadable how-to series is designed to make our skill sets accessible to the communities with whom we work.

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          What's happening at
          The Public Studio

          In the gallery

          Weaving Home is a community arts installation exploring the meaning of home through collective journeys and adventures: what we find along the way, what we leave behind, and our ability to create home wherever we end up. Created by Parkdale community members, in collaboration with artists through Making Room Community Arts, the installation presents a variety of rdboard way stations and bridges that tell stories of the choices, support, and memories of home that we rry within us.

          In the studio

          Repair fé Toronto is a grassroots, volunteer-run group that organizes events and workshops in Toronto for people to come together and repair household items. Join us on May 4th from 1:00pm-4:00pm for a mini repair fé at our studio with volunteer fixers specializing in fixing small appliances, home electronics, housewares, and bikes, in collaboration with Bike Pirates Toronto!

          In the blog

          In this edition, we’re speaking with Kaya Joan, who worked at The Public during their high school co-op, making them the youngest person to have worked at The Public! Since then, they have continued to share their talents as a community arts worker, interdisciplinary artist, and facilitator. They are currently completing a BFA through the Indigenous Visual Cultural Program at OD U, and showing their work this summer at their solo show, opening on June 7th at the Soso Food Club for Dundas West Fest x The Rude Collective, and group exhibition, opening on June 20th at Gallery 1313.

          Who is The Public?

          We are a group of activists and creatives invested in making a more beautiful and just world. We work collaboratively to deliver work that is creatively, emotionally, and intellectually uplifting, that challenges oppressive ideas, and that empowers people to pursue real change.

          Who is The Public?

          We are a group of activists and creatives invested in making a more beautiful and just world. We work collaboratively to deliver work that is creatively, emotionally, and intellectually uplifting, that challenges oppressive ideas, and that empowers people to pursue real change.

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